Breastfeeding Made Simple Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers

ISBN-10: 1572248610
ISBN-13: 9781572248618
Edition: 2nd 2011 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $18.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Publication date: 12/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.81" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

In this second edition of Breastfeeding Made Simple, two breastfeeding specialists explain the seven natural laws of breastfeeding that can help new mothers breastfeed successfully and easily.

Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA, is author of breastfeeding books for professionals and parents and speaks at events worldwide. She has been helping breastfeeding mothers since 1982. For 10 years, she ran a private lactation practice in Chicago, where she worked one-on-one with thousands of families.

Elizabeth Reichert teaches social work policy and practice at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.Elizabeth Reichert teaches social work policy and practice at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

Foreword
Introduction
Breastfeeding: The Biological Norm for Mothers and Babies
How to Use This Book
The Laws
Your Baby's Birth
Babies and Mothers Are Hardwired to Breastfeed
Your Baby's Hardwiring
Are Mothers Hardwired, Too?
When the System Breaks Down
Summary
The Power of Touch: Why Holding Your Baby Matters
Mother's Body Is Baby's Natural Habitat
The Habitat of the Human Newborn
When the System Breaks Down
Summary
Getting Comfortable: The Heart of Successful Breastfeeding
Better Feel and Flow Happen in the Comfort Zone
What Every Mother Needs to Know About Comfortable Breastfeeding
When the System Breaks Down
Summary
The First Week of Breastfeeding
More Breastfeeding at First Means More Milk Later
A Baby's Transition after Birth
Breastfeeding Basics
How to Know When Breastfeeding Is Going Well
When the System Breaks Down
Summary
How Your Baby Sets Your Milk Production
Every Breastfeeding Couple Has Its Own Rhythm
The Adjustment Period
Breastfeeding Norms
When the System Breaks Down
Summary
Meeting Your Long-Term Breastfeeding Goals
More Milk Out Equals More Milk Made
The Reward Period
How Milk Production Works
What Is Full Milk Production?
What Everyone Thinks Affects Milk Production (But Doesn't)
Meeting Your Long-Term Goals
Starting Solid Foods
When the System Breaks Down
Summary
Weaning Comfortably and Happily
Children Wean Naturally
A Weaning Overview
Weaning Basics
The Role of Solid Foods
When the System Breaks Down
Summary
What Interferes with the Laws
The Role of History and Culture
Summary
Applying the Laws
Daily Life with Your Breastfeeding Baby
Reentering the World with Your Breastfeeding Baby
Away from Your Baby
Lifestyle Issues
Expressing and Storing Milk
Medications and Contraception
Common Breastfeeding Challenges
Mother-Related Challenges
Baby-Related Challenges
Special Situations: Physical or Health Issues
Special Situations: Mother
Special Situations: Baby
When You Need to Temporarily Stop Breastfeeding
Alternatives to Feeding at the Breast
Pumping to Establish Full Milk Production
How to Wean from Pumping
Epilogue: You're on Your Way
Resources
Finding Local Sources of Help
Websites of Interest
Recommended Books and DVDs
References
Index

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